Top ten news over Bihar floods

03 Oct 2019 01:03 PM

Top ten news over Bihar floods

Updated 03 Oct 2019 01:03 PM

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday claimed that climate change has caused floods in Patna.

"The change in climate has led to drought, sudden heavy rainfall and the present condition in Bihar. There were flash floods in 12-13 districts in July this year. Later, the water level in river Ganga rose. Now, sudden heavy rainfall has flooded many areas in Patna," the Chief Minister said at a programme here.

He said climate change has affected several places across the world as well.

Speaking to reporters after the event, he said the government is working to tackle the floods in the state capital and floodwaters will be pumped out soon.

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